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Calendar, Night&Day Ambi-Curious

Ambi-Curious

As spacey as its title suggests, Gregg Araki’s latest youth film is an occult mystery set in the ultimate SoCal college playpen. Kaboom is Scooby Doo with sex, drugs, and tattooed hotties; following on the heels of Araki’s relatively commercial…
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Film, "Kaboom": Gregg Araki's Beautiful Horndogs Get Blown

"Kaboom": Gregg Araki's Beautiful Horndogs Get Blown

As spacey as its title suggests, Gregg Araki's latest youth film is an occult mystery set in the ultimate SoCal college playpen. Kaboom is Scooby Doo with sex, drugs, and tattooed hotties; following on the heels of Araki's relatively commercial…
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Calendar, Night&Day This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

Wednesday, August 31, 2005 How did the universe evolve? Beats the shit out of us. For that you need Norman Glendenning, a theoretical physicist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. His book After the Beginning: A Cosmic Journey Through Space and…
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Film, Underground Hit

Underground Hit

It's OK to be slightly afraid of Hungarian movies. Even critics don't necessarily relish the thought of them, or look upon Budapest as a hotbed of filmmaking. As a matter of fact, it's hard to recall the last time there…
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Film, <i>Skin</i> Crawls

Skin Crawls

Gregg Araki likes to shock. That's no secret to anyone who has followed the director's career, but a cartoonish layer of unreality has usually kept the polymorphous sexual pairings and graphic violence somewhat at a distance. There's a little bit…
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Best Local Film Honcho

Good movie producers are as adept at constructing myths about themselves as they are at getting films made. Rosenthal loves showing off his collection of two-headed calves (two, at the moment) and his enormous semicircular desk emblazoned with the initials…
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Zoom Lens

Bisexual Film Festival Running a mere three nights, and showing only four features, one documentary, and a trio of shorts, the second edition of the San Francisco Bi Film Festival has a virtue that its more behemoth competitors in this…
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Groin Pains

Though director Kevin Smith described its script as "136 pages of dick jokes," Clerks is a metaphysical study of youthful alienation. The tale of two surly cash-register jockeys at a second-rate convenience store in suburban New Jersey, it explores the…
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